Movie: Rules of Dating. Revised romanization: Yeonaeui Mokjeok. Hangul: 연애의 목적 Language: Korean. Country: South Korea. Plot. Choi (Kang Hye-Jung) begins work as a student-teacher at a high school. During her first day on the job, English teacher Lee Yoo-Rim (Park Hae-Il) hits on her in a very brash manner. Choi then using his position as a superior and any other method he can think of tries to get Choi to go out with him and eventually he succeeds. The problem is that they are both in long lasting relationships. Choi is actually engaged to a doctor, while Lee Yoo-Rim dated the same woman for the past six years Rules of Dating is a thought provoking film that may not sit well with easily offended people, but for others they will find that the film is an absolutely compelling movie.
Profile • Movie: Rules of Dating • Revised romanization: Yeonaeui Mokjeok • Hangul: 연애의 목적 • Director: • Writer: , • Producer: Cha Seung-Jae • Cinematography: • Release Date: June 10, 2005 (South Korea) • Runtime: 118 min. • Distributor: • Language: Korean • Country: South Korea Plot Choi () begins work as a student-teacher at a high school. During her first day on the job, English teacher Lee Yoo-Rim () hits on her in a very brash manner.
Choi then using his position as a superior and any other method he can think of tries to get Choi to go out with him and eventually he succeeds. The problem is that they are both in long lasting relationships. Choi is actually engaged to a doctor, while Lee Yoo-Rim dated the same woman for the past six years. While Lee Yoo-Rim seems to be content with having their relationship continue as an affair, Choi worries about having sex without “love.” Eventually the administration at their place of work finds out about their relationship and they must now hide or reveal their relationship.
The result is an an unexpected reversal of roles between them as co-workers, as well as a reversal of dynamics in their personal relationship. Cast Lee Yoo-Rim Choi Hong Additional Cast Members: • - Teacher Jo • - Hee-Jung • - language teacher • - Gu Suk-Ji (student) • - Yeon-Ho's friend • - Yeon-Ho's friend 2 • - student teacher • - Choi Hong's mother • - chief police at police station • - teacher Trailers i'am surprised at the wrong perceptions people review the film after watching it myself.
the film is about sexual harrasment and its effects on a beautiful student portrayed by KHJ. the film starts with her mentoring under another teacher counselor who is her junior, as an effect of that previous harrasment by her ass.prof which is only revealed later on.
despite trying to make a new start, she yet encounters a similar situation from her counselor, Lee. unable to refuse outright for fear of being expelled under the context of her making advances on him (he underlines that he is just being 'nice' to her to 'ease' things for her) rather than the other way around, she tries to handle things carefully knowing that dating between teachers is prohibited..hence the title (!). Because she also likes him eventually, she tries to convince hrrself that his feelings are real and not just sex.
however when rumour spreads and they are confronted by the board of ethics who meant to deal with it summarily, she is disappointed when Lee denies their relationship in the hope of releasing himself from all consquences she decides to stand up for herself and avoid being persecuted unfairly as in the past. Lee gets what he deserves despite her regrets. only later she approaches to know his true feelings. she had early on admitted hers by telling her fiance the truth.
wonderful film despite the sex scenes tho i guess it was necessary to describe how each felt for each other...i think :P Very good film that is set up as a typical K romance/comedy, but is at its heart a well thought out film dealing with relationships, gender inequalities, sexual harassment and invasion of privacy issues.
Most of the characters in the film have flaws (gee kind of like reality) and the boundaries of right and wrong are usually never as clear as one may expect. Questionable things that Lim did to Choi; nearly raped her, repeatedly propositions Choi even though she has a fiance, uses his authority at work to try to get Choi to go out with him, goes through all of Choi’s personal items the first time he is left alone in her apartment.
Charming fellow eh? Well in the same way that Choi’s choice of words, when confronted by investigators, skewed their view of what happened between them, listing these negative facts about Lim gives the same type of skewed impression of that person.
The guy is definitely no saint and he has more than his share of faults yet he is far from what those details may lead you to believe about him. As far as their relationship is concerned, a good indicator on when their relationship started to develop is given early in the film. Notice the scene where Choi is shown unsuccessfully trying to fall asleep next to her doctor boyfriend.
She suffers from chronic insomnia caused by traumatic events from a prior relationship. Yet in the next scene, Choi is shown sleeping soundly on the bus sitting next to Lim, while going on a field trip with their students. Some of Choi’s negative qualities would be that she may be somewhat shallow, has fallen for married men in the past and is somewhat of an oppurtunistist.
Even with these negative faults, Choi & Lim were compatible and the questionable manner in which their relationship unfolded is something left for the audience to think about, particularly what are the boundaries / rules in dating?. On a side note, damn did those clams look delicious in the restaurant! Also, props to the cinematography, enjoyed the hand held camera style employed by director Han Jae-Rim. Really gave the sense of being a third party observer while Kang and Choi’s relationship unfolded.
Rules of Dating is a thought provoking film that may not sit well with easily offended people, but for others they will find that the film is an absolutely compelling movie.
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Lee Yoo-rim is a high school English teacher. He's cute, clever... and shameless. Choi Hong is a student teacher, even though she is one year older than Yu-rim. She's cynical and always plays hard-to-get when a man shows interest in her. While going out for drinks one night, Yu-rim suddenly tells Hong that he wants to have sex with her. Hong is hardly impressed. And so begins a battle of will and wits, both between each other and within themselves, as both Yu-rim and Hong are unsure of what each other wants and what they want themselves.
Dating and desire mix explosively. What is the point of this strange relationship? What is the object of their desire? Featured Crew • Director
An introvert, indifferent woman joins a high school as a student teacher, under supervision of a shameless, nymphomaniac man who is a year younger than her. On a school trip, the supervisor tells the trainee that he wants to have sex with her. The movie deals with the woman willing yet indifferent to indulge in physical relationship with her professional senior. Ethics, morals, feelings, love show up and are turned down.